Native-American Mission Program
Christian Vision Academy serves the Native American Community and Korean Diaspora Church.
Short-Term Missions Ministry
Throughout the year we support short-term missions teams to participate in the Great Commission and share faith with brothers and sisters in the Navajo community. God uses them and their unique gifts for worship, whether it be VBS, music, construction, counseling, or other.
We are dedicated to helping Native American children grow in Jesus. Our counselors are preparing dynamic and effective programs for the children. We expect to establish a kindergarten and an art school within the Navajo Reservation in the near future.
For two weeks in the summer, Native American youths are invited to the camp for academic enhancement and spiritual revival. Youths and adults of Korean diaspora churches volunteer to serve for the ministry as counselors, teachers, and worship leaders.
Native American sisters participate in Coffee Break, a small group Bible discovery for evangelism and discipleship. In the relaxed and conversational atmosphere, the sisters may understand for themselves and with others what the Bible says and means.
Senior Adult Ministry
At the chapter houses in Ojo Encino and Torreon, we serve older adults with warm meals once a month. Through food, activities, and communion, we hope to deliver God’s love and care.
DTS Outreach Ministry
Groups from the Discipleship Training School (DTS) in All Nation Church gather at the Christian Vision Academy to learn about the Native American culture and participate in God’s purposes for the Native American sisters and brothers during their outreach phase.
Inner Healing Ministry
The Inner Healing Program caters to problems and special needs of Christian families in the Native American as well as Korean communities. We hope to mend broken hearts and resolve family issues with the Word of God.
Intercessionary Prayer Ministry
Every morning and evening, at the Christian Vision Academy and every Saturday at the sister church in Ojo Encino, our intercessors plead with God on behalf of Native Americans and Korean Churches.
Door-to-Door Evangelism Ministry
We send teams to knock on the doors in the Navajo Indian Reservation to share the gospel, ask for prayer topics, seek to learn community needs, invite people to particular outreach events, and more.
Things to Bring for the Camp
- Sleeping Bag and Light Blanket
- Official ID (Driver’s License or Passport, Bible, Notebook, Pens
- Clothes (including a long sleeve jacket)
- Hat/Cap, Sunscreen
- Personal Medication (including insect repellent)
- Compact Umbrella
- Flash Light